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2-chloroethanol ure for ceric ion disappearance

Time:2015/12/3 7:07:34

Quantitative gas-liquid chromatography of short-chain fatty acids as 2-chloroethanol esters.
A detailed description is given of gas chromatography of the 2-chloreothanol esters of the monocardoxylic fatty acids from formic to nonanoic. The columns contained Celite as support and polyethylene glycol adipate or Apiezon M as liquid phase; the ionization detector employed gave peaks which were directly related to the weights of any given ester in a mixture. G. A. Garton
Cerium (IV)-2-chloroethanol redox-pair initiated polymerization of acrylamide in aqueous medium
ABSTRACT The kinetics of acrylamide polymerization has been investigated by employing cericammoniumnitrate-2-chloroethanol redox pair under nitrogen atmosphere at 30 ± 1°C. The rate of monomer disappearance is directly proportional to the concentration of 2-chloroethanol (1.0 × 10612 61 10.0 × 10612 mol. dm613) and is inversely proportional to the ceric ion concentration (2.5 × 10613 61 10.0 × 10613 mol. dm613) but shows square dependence to the concentration of monomer (5.0 × 10612 61 25.0 × 10612 mol. dm613). The rate of ceric ion disappearance is directly proportional to the initial concentration of ceric ion and 2-chloroethanol but independent of acrylamide concentration. The viscometric average molecular weight (Mv) decreases on increasing the concentration of ceric ion and increases on increasing the concentrations of acrylamide and 2-chloroethanol. A tentative mechanism has been proposed.